Boulder is looking for community feedback on proposal to repeal rule that requires campaigns using its new online petitioning system.
Voting Technology articles on Democracy Chronicles
This voting technology section highlights the important role technology has played in democratic history and seeks to explore how technology will shape the future of elections. This new era of elections is an area of heavy debate in political circles. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
As voters begin to cast ballots in 2022 primaries, the election industry has been scrambling to get enough paper to print ballots.
A joint analysis from Brennan Center, Verified Voting finds replacing aging voting equipment will cost hundreds of millions of dollars.
D.C council is changing voting methods, moving towards digital solutions where voters could cast ballots from phones, tablets, computers.
A new bill would alter the rule by requiring counties to purchase machines that create a paper trail when older machines age out.
Only five states have conducted risk-limiting audit, and Rhode Island is the only mainly precinct-based voting jurisdiction to do so.
A proposal to improve Indiana’s election security by adding small printers to thousands of electronic touch-screen voting is being criticized.
A confidential report alleging Georgia’s voting touchscreens could be hacked is now being reviewed by the federal government.
There has been and remains a long and convoluted debate about how much protection is required to defend elections from hackers.
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